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Dajin Commences Drilling of Oxide Zinc/Lead Deposit

Monday, September 24th, 2007

Dajin Resources Corp. is pleased to report that a projected 1,400 meter drill program has commenced on Dajin’s 100% owned Oxide zinc/lead deposit at the Oscar Property located 50 kilometres from the Trail smelter in the Ymir region of south eastern British Columbia. Results from soil sampling and enzyme leach programs conducted this summer has provided Dajin with data necessary to determine the drill hole locations for the current drill program.
The Oxide deposit consists of a wedge shaped zone of highly anomalous and consistent zinc and lead in soils. An area where zinc is in excess of the 1,000 ppm threshold is more than 950 metres long and open to both the northwest and to the southeast. Float of zinc/lead oxide and galena mineralization is common near the northeastern edge of the anomaly. Boulders of high grade zinc oxide float are common in the central part of the structure where selected samples have returned assays up to 44% zinc.

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